Autumn's Colorful Canvas

Visit during one of nature’s most spectacular shows- autumn - and experience Vermont’s only national park while it is bejeweled in vibrant fall colors. Take in the yellows, oranges and reds of the park’s hard wood forests while you experience the changing season, hike the trails and reflect on the story of stewardship, of people taking care of places. Read More

People hiking in the park

Visiting the Park During COVID-19

NPS encourages people choosing to visit the park during the COVID-19 pandemic to adhere to CDC & VT State Public Health Department guidance.

A view of the Pogue with mist and low light with film title From the Hills of Vermont

Enjoy a Short Film & Virtual Park Visit!

From the Hills of Vermont, by Michael Sacca takes a look at contemporary park stewardship via the Marsh-Billings-Rockefeller family legacies

Junior Ranger Book self-adventure

Junior Ranger Book For Kids

Download your Jr. Ranger self-adventure and explore the special story of this Park and why this place was chosen to become a National Park.

Chipmunk eating a crabapple with full pouches

Follow the Chipmunk Quest at the Park!

Follow our chipmunk friend as he explores the trees in the forest, finds food & shelter along the way. Fun for children, families and all!

Native American Heritage Month Poster Nov 2018

November Native American Heritage Month

This park is located in the homeland (called N’Dakinna) of the Abenaki people, the original stewards of this land. More indigenous stories

Front Porch of the Mansion view of Blake Hill

Education Opportunities 2020-2021

For Fall 2020 Spring 2021 educational opportunities at the Park please contact Joan Haley at jhaley@shelburnefarms.org for more information.

Fall Walkers near summer pasture

Enjoy Fall Hiking in the Park

Discover a variety of hiking trails in and around the park.

Bobolink on flower in field

Managing Land for Bobolinks Video

Learn more about the Bobolink and how you can protect their habitat in this Working Woodlands series video with Park Ranger Daniel Puckette

Placard with Margaret Dwyer's name and images of painted watercolor ferns

Painting Ferns in Watercolor Video

Watch or paint along with Margaret Dwyer, Artist in Residence, as she captures Sensitive, Christmas, and Hay-Scented ferns in watercolor!

Bouquet of bright colored flowers in vase on poster

Garden Bouquet Watercolor Painting video

Follow along with Margaret Dwyer as she demonstrates multiple watercolor techniques while painting a bouquet from the park's formal garden.

Last updated: October 13, 2020

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54 Elm Street
Woodstock , VT 05091

Phone:

(802) 457-3368 x222

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